Centers Employment
Centers Employment
City role: indirect
 Number of jobs located in Redmond’s Downtown and Overlake urban centers.

In 2010, Microsoft Corporation changed the way that it reports the location of employees in the central Puget Sound region. Microsoft also made a change in 2011 that specifically impacts employment counts in the Overlake urban center. Therefore, employment estimates prior to 2011 are not comparable to estimates from 2011 forward. Thus, the baseline year has been reset to 2011.

Downtown employment decreased 4.2 percent and Overlake employment increased 1.0 percent from 2013 to 2014. A larger area than the urban center, the Overlake neighborhood’s employment also increased slightly to 47,227 jobs.

Employment in Redmond’s urban centers in 2014 accounted for 42.9 percent of total citywide employment – a slight decrease from 2013.

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Source: Puget Sound Regional Council

Updated April 2016

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Jae Hill 

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